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Scofield Lake Sponsored by
Date 08-Aug-18
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Conditions : SCOFIELD RESERVOIR: Anglers are catching mostly cutthroat trout from the shore. Try using worms, PowerBait, spinners or soft-hackle flies in tan/green/pearl or midnight fire. Fish in the dam cove or along the western shore, including the Walk-in Access portion. Anglers have also been catching cutthroat trout using spoons or white or pearl sparkle tube jigs tipped with chub meat. Yellow garlic PowerBait and tube jigs have worked well for rainbow trout. Scofield was stocked on June 27 with 11,600 rainbow trout that averaged about 10.5 inches long. Scofield has also been stocked with 12,000 cutthroat trout this year. The tributaries to Scofield are now open to fishing

Algea bloom conditions are improving. You can still catch fish here, but wear gloves while cleaning the fish. When finished, wash your hands with clean water. Discard the entrails and eat only the fillets. Before cooking, rinse the fillets thoroughly with clean water. Contact the DEQ for more information.

Reported by: Utah D.W.R


Species Hatches: Patterns Lures & Spinners
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Cutthroat Trout

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About: - Scofield State Park is situated 7,600 feet above sea level in the Manti-LaSal Mountains of the Wasatch Plateau. The 2,800-acre lake offers excellent boating and year-round fishing.

Three state-owned facilities are available. Mountain View, located six miles north of the town of Scofield, offers a 34-unit campground, modern restrooms, hot showers, fish cleaning and sanitary disposal stations, group use areas, and boat launch ramp

Scofield Lake - approximately 100 miles southeast of Salt Lake City. From Salt Lake City, take I-15 South to the Spanish Fork / Highway 6 Exit and travel east up Spanish Fork Canyon, then go south on Highway 96 to Scofield State Par


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